Contributed by Danny McNeil, designer at London-based SEA Design.
The Sirio book was conceived as both a visual experience and complete working/specifying tool. Taking influence from Chevreul’s theory of simultaneous colour contrast, every turn of the page reveals a unique interplay between a number of coloured sheets through its multiple apertures. The sum of all of these combinations suggests a new way to use the breadth and depth of the Sirio range.
Client: Fedrigoni, specialist in fine Italian papers for designers and printers.